Welcome to Must Read Horror, where we search the internet for the best horror articles of the week so you don’t have to. Without further ado:
- Bloody Disgusting’s ‘It Came From the 80s’ series looks at The Howling
- Contrary to certain recent articles, The Quietus argues the case for 2018 perhaps being horror’s best ever year
- SPOILERS: Screen Rant pick up on a dark theory about the ending of Netflix’s adaptation of The Haunting of Hill House
- M. R. Carey asks whether horror and crime go together over at Crime Reads
- Dave Jeffrey chats to Kendall Reviews to coincide with the release of his new YA horror novel
In their latest ‘It Came From the 80s’ article, Bloody Disgusting’s Meagan Navarro looks at the classic film, The Howling, and how it redefined the werewolf genre.
Contrary to certain recent articles, The Quietus argues the case for 2018 perhaps being horror’s best ever year
Mat Colegate writes a feature article for The Quietus in which he suggests that 2018 may indeed have been the best ever year in horror’s long history.
SPOILERS: Screen Rant pick up on a dark theory about the ending of Netflix’s adaptation of The Haunting of Hill House
Mansoor Mithawala over at Screen Rant writes about a dark theory which is currently doing the rounds about the ending of Mike Flanagan’s recent Netflix adaptation of The Haunting of Hill House.
M. R. Carey, author of The Girl with all the Gifts, writes a guest post Crime Reads, posing the question of whether horror and crime are a good fit together.
With his new YA horror novel, Beatrice Beecham’s Ship of Shadows fresh on the shelves, Dave Jeffrey talks to Kendall Reviews about the book, his writing, and much more.
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